All about making whisky
Denshu means “rice field sake” in Japanese indicating that it is made using only rice (neither alcohol nor sugar is added). Developed in 1970, this brand is highly-sought after by connoisseurs. Produced in a traditional style, placing a special emphasis on the taste and aromas of the rice, Denshu uses relatively modern brewing techniques that make it possible to closely control the rice polishing rate and fermentation temperatures. The varieties of rice used come from the region of production and all work is carried out by hand.